Situated within the health humanities and digital humanities, The Resemblage Project is a multimedia “text” that explores what it means to grow old in Toronto along intersectional axes of identity. By employing digital strategies to assemble and imaginatively re-present Scarborough’s stories of aging, the project makes a critical intervention into Age Studies. The Resemblage Project thus serves as a platform for diverse, resonant modes of storytelling, based on the principle that all narratives are creative. Our hope is to shape Age Studies so that it better resembles the lived experiences of its learners and its subjects, which includes all of us.

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